Monthly Archives: August 2017

End-of-Summer Blues

Among the bounty of summer produce—zucchini, eggplant, tomato, corn, all kinds of berries, peaches, cherries—I’m tempted to say that I love zucchini the most. There are so many ways to cook it: diced and lightly fried with minced garlic in … Continue reading

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